Artist Eric Barclay takes ordinary food packaging, and breathes life into them with some hand painting. Whether a Coffee-Mate container, or Diet Coke can, Barclay creates three-dimensional versions of his unmistakable characters. He even finds a use for French’s Mustard — impressive.
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In what appears to be an unfortunately abandoned project, Kreepsville Industries commissioned art for a coffee table book, featuring creepy cereal mascots and grotesque breakfast options. When completed the book was to have over 70 pieces from some of the best illustrators in the business.
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